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Help with Exchange 2007 Powershell

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Running Exchange 2007 SP2. Our EMEA maibox servers have named like EMEAMBX1, EMEAMBX2 etc. APAC ones are APACMBX1, APACMBX2...

I've been trying to figure out a way if it's possible to run a Powershell command that will list the sizes of the databases on EMEA servers?

And, secondly, not only list them, but list by either largest or smallest?

Does anyone know if this is possible? I ca'nt seem to figure it out.

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It is not exactly what you are looking for, but I think that for a start could help you a little bit:
http://www.powershellcommunity.org/Forums/tabid/54/aft/1110/Default.aspx
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I am not aware that this is possible to be run remotely, I have checked the link provided by davorin really intresting but I really doubt it work remotely.

Unless I am very much mistaken it would work if  you are logged on the server itself but not remotely
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Anyone?
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already told you it is not possible
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